2060: A Tested Program to Acquire Pragmatically Useful Information from the Future

2060: A Tested Program to Acquire Pragmatically Useful Information from the Future

Stephan A. Schwartz

Introduction: This is a preliminary report on a 45-year-long ongoing project using precognitive remote viewing to describe the future. For almost 50 years, information derived nonlocally through the use of established remote viewing protocols has provided pragmatically useful information. The Research Director of this project, Stephan Schwartz, developed and employed a protocol using multiple viewers, the Mobius Consensus Protocol, and concept-by-concept accuracy analysis by independent experts. It resulted in the discovery of archaeological sites both terrestrial and marine throughout the world.

Methods: In Phase One of this project from 1991 to 1996, we focused on the sessions in the year 2050. We entered 538 remote viewings done using the monitored interview protocol. In Phase Two of the project, which began in 2018, we shifted to the year 2060 in order to compare the differences reported in 2050 and 2060. For the 2060 Populations Phase Two we conducted in-person or Skype remote-viewing sessions with 300 respondents and allowed another 1,000 individuals to respond using remote viewing on Survey Monkey questionnaires. After all concepts of all viewers were transcribed and broken down into alphanumerical identified concepts, an analysis was done establishing consensus within the data, both verbal and drawings, as well as whether an observation is low a priori.

Results: A selection of preliminary observations about the future

The 1978 to 1991 viewers predicted:

· the disappearance of the Soviet Union

· the catastrophic rise of climate change

· the rise of terrorism

· the AIDs epidemic

· the transition out of the carbon energy era

· the development of virtual reality

Beginning later in 1991, funded by Atlantic University and continuing through 1996, a second phase of the study began, involving not just personal sessions:

· the inundation and collapse of American coastal cities

· the creation of electric-powered commercial aircraft

· the rise of the cashless society in which biometrics vouchsafe payment

In 2018, with funding from the BIAL Fundaçåo and Atlantic University, a third phase of this research was begun involving very specific populations and is now ongoing. A preliminary survey of the 2060 data reveals certain notable trends:

· Between 2040 and 2045 several very dramatic changes alter the structure of human culture worldwide. It is not yet clear what they are, but two candidates seem to be climate change and the end of the carbon energy era, which will have major technological and geopolitical implications.

· Climate change and the associated sea rise have caused the submergence of many coastal cities and subsequent massive internal and international migrations for which much of the world is notably ill-prepared.

· People have largely reorganized into small communities.

· The United States still exists at least in form, but real political power has devolved to states and regions, because of the radically different way in which states have planned for and accommodated climate change and these migrations.

· In the U.S. the illness profit system of healthcare seems to have given way to universal birthright single-payer healthcare, much more like the present European model.

Bio: Stephan A. Schwartz is a Distinguished Associated Scholar of the California Institute for Human Science, Distinguished Consulting Faculty at Saybrook University, and a BIAL Foundation Fellow. He is a columnist for the journal Explore, and editor of the daily web publication http://Schwartzreport.net . He is the author of more than 250 technical reports, papers, academic book chapters, prefaces, and introductions, He is the recipient of the Parapsychological Association Outstanding Contribution Award, the U.S. Navy’s Certificate of Commendation, OOOM Magazine’s (Germany) 100 Most Inspiring People in the World Award, and the 2018 Albert Nelson Marquis Award for Outstanding Contributions.

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Published on January 4, 2024